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X Collection 

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NEW JERSEY 



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Richmond 



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COOPERATING WITH THE 
ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRESERVATION OF VIRGINIA ANTIQUITIES 




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TWENTY-FIFTH 

ANNIVERSARY 

PROGRAM 

OF THE 

• NATIONAL 

PARK 
SERVICE 

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ROCK CREEK PARK 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

AUGUST 29, 1941 

8.00 P. M. 









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KINGy MOUNTAIN 
NATIONAL MILITARY PA&K 



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The Moore House. 



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The Memorial Building 



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KENTUCKY 



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Memorial to Lincoln's Gettysburg Address 



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GEN. NATHANAEL GREENE 



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MAR 3 01943 

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NORTH CAROLINA 




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Manassas 



NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK 

VIRGINIA 




Missouri State Memorial to Union and Confederate Soldiers 






MISSISSIPPI 




Last meeting of Lee and Jackson. From painting by Julio. 

X-E 160 

FREDERICKSBURG AND 

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 



NATIONAL MILITARY PARK 



VIRGINIA 



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CONGRESS 
SERIAL RECORD 

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SB&IAl RECORD 



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MOORES CREEK 



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NATIONAL MILITARY PARK 



NORTH CAROLINA 




The Wilder Memorial 



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CONGRESS ' 
SERIAL RECORD 



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NATIONAL MILITARY PARK 

Chickamauga Battlefield 



GEORGIA and TENNESSEE 




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Point Park, Lookout Mountain, and 
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Little and Big Kennesaw Mountains as Seen From Cheatham Hill 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT 



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National Monument 




SOUTH DAKOTA 



The walls of the underground chambers of Jewel 
Cave are lined with a unique solid coating of 
dog-tooth calcite crystals which sparkle like jew- 
els in the light; hence the name, Jewel Cave. 
Because of this unique formation and attractive 
range of color, the cave and a small protective 
surface area were set aside as a national monu- 
ment by Presidential proclamation on February 
7, 1908. The National Park Service is responsible 
for its administration and protection. The cave 
is available for the visitor to see and at the same 
time it is preserved in as nearly a natural state as 
possible. 

HOW TO REACH THE 
MONUMENT 

The cave is located in the Black Hills near the 
southwestern boundary of South Dakota adja- 
cent to U. S. Highway No. 16 leading west to 
Yellowstone National Park. 




It is accessible from the following railroad 
stations: Custer, S. Dak., and Newcastle, Wyo., 
both on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Railroad. 

HISTORY 

Jewel Cave is a small but interesting cavern. The 
area was originally recorded as a mining claim, 
known as the Jewel Lode, after its discovery by 
two prospectors, Albert and F. W. Michaud, on 
August 18, 1900. 

While out prospecting, the Michaud brothers 
were attracted by the noise of wind coming from 
a small hole in the limestone cliffs on the east 
side of Hell Canyon. In the hope of discovering 
valuable minerals, and locating the source of the 
wind, these men, in company with Charles Bush, 
enlarged the opening. 

The Michaud brothers believed that they had 
discovered a cave which would be of great inter- 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

J. A. Krug, Secretary 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, Newton B. Drury, Director 




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National Forests 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 




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Point Park 



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Lookout Mountain 



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Battlefields 



CHICKAMAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA 
National Military Park Georgia and Tennessee 



The Old Church Tower 
at Jamestown ^ 

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NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 

VIRGINIA 

THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 
COOPERATING WITH THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE 
PRESERVATION OF VIRGINIA ANTIQUITIES 



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Jefferson National Expansion Memorial 



ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 



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Adams Mansion 



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National Historic Site 

Massachusetts 



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NATIONAL MEMORIAL 

A rlington National Cemetery 



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NATIONAL PARK . . New Mexico 




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SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK 

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New Mexico 



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NORTH DAKOTA 




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National Monument 

ARIZONA 




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NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD SITE 

Maryland 




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NATIONAL MONUMENT • NEVADA 



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NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK • VIRGINIA 




FORT 
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National Monument . . . WYOMING 



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NATIONAL FOREST 




UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

FOREST SERVICE 
Intermountain Region Issued. 1949 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT 



California 




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Point Park 



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Lookout Mountain 
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Battlefields 




X-£ 160 



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Hopewell 



NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 



Pennsylvania 




PERRY'S VICTORY 

and International Peace Memorial 



NATIONAL MONUMENT 



OHIO 




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NATIONAL MONUMENT • ARIZONA 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT 

Georgia 







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Georgia 





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COURT HOUS 



JAN I 8 
Copy 1954 



NATIONAL HISTORICAL MONUMENT . VIRGINIA 




£-"«*5iM 



NATIONAL PARKlli 




HAW A I I 



OPEN ALL YEAR 



EVERGLADES 




WINTER SEASON— DECEMBER 1 TO APRIL 30— 
Full Operation 

SUMMER SEASON— MAY 1 TO NOVEMBER 30— 
Restricted Operation 



GLACIER 

NATIONAL PARK 

MONTANA 

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GLAGIER INTERNATIONAL PEACE PARK 



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NATIONAL MEMORIAL 

NORTH CAROLINA 



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Colorado 




James Edward Oglethorpe 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT 



Georgia 





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NATIONAL MONUMENT • IOWA 



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Las Cavernas de Carlsbad 




El Parque Nacional de 



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Las Cavernas de Carlsbad 

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DEVILS 




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C A L I F O R 




DEVILS 





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COURT HOUSE 

NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK • VIRGINIA 




PETERSBURG 3 



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NATIONAL MILITARY PARK 

VIRGINIA 







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MEMORIAL 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 




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Theodore Roosevelt 

Hi NATIONAL MEMORIAL PARK 



NORTH DAKOTA 







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Mississippi 







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NATIONAL MONUMENT • OHIO 




Vanderbilt 
Mansion 



NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 



HYDE PARK, NEW YORK 





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Fort Matanzas 

NATIONAL MONUMENT 




FLORIDA 




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NATIONAL MONUMENT • ARIZONA 




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Alaska 





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NATIONAL MONUMENT • NEW MEXICO 





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SOUTH DAKOTA 




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NEW MEXICO 



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North Carolina 




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NATIONAL MILITARY PARK 



North Carolina 




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Home of 

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 



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NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 



Hyde Park, N. Y. 




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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 



NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 




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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 

Hyde Park, N. Y. 





NORTH CAROLINA 




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4 JUN 9 

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NATIONAL MONUMENT 



SOUTH DAKOTA 




Badlands 



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NATIONAL MONUMENT 




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NATIONAL PARK 

Washington